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The Turks are not afraid of the Russians and Chinese.

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Submitted by Michael S. (United States), Oct 10, 2014 at 03:35

Mozare,

I am not being disingenuous. The Turks are standing by, allowing Kobane to be destroyed. They are not afraid of the Russians, who would not stand up to Turkey if the latter decided to honor its commitment to the Coalition and attack ISIS. The Chinese, moreover, are not even involved.

One of us may be disingenuous here, but it isn't me.

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